SeaDream Yacht Club Launches Asian Operations

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SeaDream Yacht Club, the award winning boutique yacht company sailing in Europe and the Caribbean, has launched a new marketing initiative targeting Asian travelers looking for exclusive ultra-luxury travel options.

With increasing wealth in the Asian region and high-end travelers looking for unique travel experiences, SeaDream Yacht Club is now extending its reach to Asian markets.

SeaDream has an entirely unique concept of small yachting-style voyages where the emphasis is on an elegant, unstructured seagoing experience. It is a casual, yachting lifestyle and I will always love it, said Richard Jones, long-time Club and Activities Director for SeaDream Yacht Club, and newly appointed Business Development Director, Asia. However, I am now focused on introducing an Asian audience to a wonderful yachting experience in European and Caribbean destinations or even transatlantic excursions.

Based in Thailand, Richard will cover the Asia region including Hong Kong, China, Singapore, India and Thailand with an emphasis on developing agent relationships that will represent SeaDream Yacht Club in individual markets.

SeaDream Yacht Club operates the two twin mega-yachts, SeaDream I and SeaDream II, each with a maximum capacity of 112 guests and 95 crew.

SeaDream offers 7-14 night voyages to international yachting playgrounds and intimate hideaways. From May through October sail Northern Europe, Baltic, Norwegian Fjords and the Mediterranean. Many itineraries include overnight stays in port allowing guests to experience the nightlife ashore.

From November through April SeaDream navigates the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. The tropical climate is the perfect location to use the yachts water toys from glass-bottomed kayaks to jet-skis and wakeboards.

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